nve0 nvidia onboard ethernet dies daily on 6.0 beta1

alan bryan alanbryan1234 at yahoo.com
Thu Aug 18 18:39:14 GMT 2005


Forgot to also add the details of the Ethernet as it's
being detected if that helps:

nve0: <NVIDIA nForce MCP9 Networking Adapter> port
0xb000-0xb007 mem 0xd8100000-0xd8100fff irq 5 at
device 10.0 on pci0
nve0: Ethernet address 00:30:1b:b8:86:dc
miibus0: <MII bus> on nve0
ukphy0: <Generic IEEE 802.3u media interface> on
miibus0
ukphy0:  10baseT, 10baseT-FDX, 100baseTX,
100baseTX-FDX, 1000baseT, 1000baseT-FDX, auto
nve0: Ethernet address: 00:30:1b:b8:86:dc
nve0: [GIANT-LOCKED]

Thanks for any help.

--Alan




--- alan bryan <alanbryan1234 at yahoo.com> wrote:

> I'm still having problems with my onboard ethernet. 
> It usually runs for a day or two and then I see this
> in the dmesg:
> ...
> nve0: device timeout (63)
> nve0: link state changed to DOWN
> nve0: link state changed to UP
> nve0: device timeout (63)
> nve0: link state changed to DOWN
> nve0: link state changed to UP
> nve0: device timeout (64)
> nve0: link state changed to DOWN
> nve0: link state changed to UP
> ...
> 
> It seems that once it counts up to 64 that it then
> dies.  What does that number count stand for?  Is
> there a way to prevent this?  Why does the link
> state
> keep going up/down (although I haven't noticed any
> problems and web/shh seem to work fine until it
> dies)
> 
> This is on a Shuttle XPC SN25P system running 6.0
> beta1.
> 
> Thanks,
> Alan Bryan
> 
> 
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